This article describes How To Set To “Never Turn Off The Display” With Command Line In Windows
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Microsoft Windows provides Power Options that enable you to adjust the sleep mode and screen display to suit your workflow. If your computer fails to wake up quickly from sleep mode, or the display turns off, changing the Power Options will avoid these interruptions. Windows includes a list of time settings, ranging from five minutes to Never, to activate the sleep mode. Selecting “Never” will turn off your computer’s sleep mode and keep your current work visible on the screen and ready for your next task.
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